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Re: Expanding on MBMs Inquiry ...

SistahSouljah ·
El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. My brother in the struggle and my brother in Islam.
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Re: Props to our brother and Reverend Joseph Lowery...

ZAKAR ·
yea it was nice, I love old Joe Lowery, with my mother and sistas being hard working SCLC members it made me proud to see the President of the organization, standing up speaking truth to power. Did you all see sista Shabazz, its beautiful how the queen mothers of the movement (Betty,Coretta, and Merley)bonded with one another and supported each others family. If the men would do that we would be much further down the road to liberation
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Re: Conspiracy, COINTELPRO & Malachi York

Kai ·
Peace... I am not familiar enough with the Dr. York case to say whether or not his trial was fair. However, I do understand that quite often in the history of this nation, the courts are given "under the table" amicus curiae briefs which help the form it's disposition against groups of blacks seeking to declare independence, or the objective to seperate from this country. I am not surprised to see the Nuwabian leader attacked, and removed like he was..Despite what those who have formed...
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Re: Conspiracy, COINTELPRO & Malachi York

1milehi ·
thanks kai. ---------------------------------- the following article appeared in the 03-23 denver weekly news:
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Re: Martin Lee Anderson -- Modern-Day Emmit Till

Empty Purnata ·
http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/article_2478.shtml By Saeed Shabazz Staff Writer Updated Mar 15, 2006, 12:36 pm FinalCall.com) - The family of Martin Lee Anderson, a 14-year-old who died in early January after entering a Florida boot camp for juveniles, asked that his body be exhumed for a second autopsy, according to various news reports. The family attorney told the Associated Press (AP) that Dr. Michael Baden, a New York City-based forensic pathologist who reviewed the medical...
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Re: Ossie Davis

Rashid ·
Tears flow in Harlem BY KERRY BURKE, LESLIE CASIMIR and TRACY CONNOR DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS Saturday, February 12th, 2005 From Hollywood to Harmlem, thousands of mourners gathered yesterday for Ossie Davis' last curtain call - a stately funeral procession through Manhattan and a star-studded church service. The famous stood alongside ordinary fans at Riverside Church to pay tribute to the late actor and activist and to give comfort to his widow and performing partner, Ruby Dee. They...
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Re: To Kill A Black Messiah: Malcolm X, 40 years after...

Diamond ·
I watch the PBS American Experience- Malcolm X: Make It Plain. I found the program enlightening as far as the fear Muslims stirred in me as part of the audience. I was lost as to whether some of these people were still alived because Alex Haley and Betty Shabazz were among the interviewees and I know they are dead. Its sad to see we didn't get along back 40 years ago and we still don't.
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Re: Was Malcolm X A Homosexual?

ricardomath ·
Do you always refer to people using epithets? Do you believe that by using epithets to describve people that you somehow lessen their credibility? I have no idea whether Malcolm X was straight, gay, or bi, but I don't see how its not being mentioned on the website means much. I didn't see where the article claims that it is mentiomed on the website, and I'm not sure why one would expect it to be so mentioned. I interpreted the article as claiming that it was mentioned somewhere in the...
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Re: The True History of Malcolm X & the NOI

Saracen ·
Peace... I am a registered Fruit Of Islam in the Nation Of Islam. Unfortunately, I missed most of this discussion..I did not really see this thread moving into it's present direction until now. Minister Farrakhan stood with Betty Shabazz before she died to publically refute those who wish to divide the black community on the issue of Malcolm X and the NOI. To those outside the Nation Of Islam there will always be questions, however, to those of us in the ranks this issue is crystal clear.
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Re: The True History of Malcolm X & the NOI

1milehi ·
these are word for word quotes from both interviews which show how certain information from one brother complements/corroborates/confirms what was stated by the other brother: manning marable: abdul wazir muhammad: manning marable: abdul wazir muhammad: of course we all know that min. farrakhan is the one who called for the million man march so i hope it's clear why i say the statements complement or corroborate each other.
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Re: SAT scores tied to income levels

Shadow ·
I've had a read list for years for adults, and Kids about six and up So there is no excuse for folks not to find reading material. http://www.yasminshiraz.net/book.htm LIBERAL RACISM-JIM SLEEPER TOO MUCH SCHOOLING TOO LITTLE EDUCATION=MWALIMU SHUSAA UNLIMITED POWER:A BLACK CHOICE--ANTHONY ROBBINS & JOSEPH MCCLENDON / FIRESIDE BOOKS 'Charisma' by Steven Barnes SUCCESS RUNS IN OUR RACE UNLIMITED Temple of the Cosmos: The Ancient Egyptian Experience of the Sacred (Jeremy Naydler) ISBN...
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Re: CON-Feed Is a Saboteur

Nmaginate ·
NOPE!!! INDEPENDENCE was Momentum's idea that was cast as the opposite of DEPENDENCE. Simply put, no part of the School Choice or Voucher advocacy even begins to talk about INDEPENDENT schools for Black children. That has been something I've noted for the longest. Don't claim that you will: PLAY ALONG WITH YOU FOR A MINUTE AND ASSUME THAT "INDEPENDENCE" is a CRITICAL COMPONENT OF YOUR IDEAL EDUCATIONAL PLAN. Then gets to talking about MBM or whoever you want to misrepresent. You're suppose...
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Re: CON-Feed Is a Saboteur

Nmaginate ·
Speaking of an EDUCATION PLAN... You tried to go there once with KWELI; started a thread about it and this is what I had to slap you with (and you promptly got the SHUT UPS): TO DATE you have NEVER furnished a list of "INDEPENDENT" schools that Black CONservatives or BLACK PEOPLE WHO THINK LIKE YOU (politically) have founded, etc. Now that's exactly what I was talking about to dispel MOMENTUM'S "independence" myth about you. We can go down the list. Both of you (you and MOMENTUM) would do...
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Re: Are Liberals Really All That Different From Conservatives?

MBM ·
There is quite an ideological distance between, say, Noam Chomsky and William F. Buckley. That said, White Supremacy Inc. rules. It seems like there exists a perpetual battle between liberal and conservative values in America. Clearly many of the social policies that we all take for granted (like the minimum wage, Social Security, etc.) would not exist if conservativism were historically left unchecked. That said, White Supremacy Inc. rules. BTW - I typically reject these types of arguments...
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Re: Winnie Mandela Found Guilty of Fraud

NSpirit ·
Winnie gave birth to a revolution...can you cut a sista a lil slack? If she played the long-suffering dutiful wife role of a corretta scott king or a myrlie evers or a betty shabazz, would there be all this static?
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Re: The Truth About So-Called Religious Symbols

Whirling Moat ·
Peace.... I wouldn't completely dismiss Bobby Hemmitt. Like many other "Ghetto" scholars, there is the occasional jewel within the crap. One thing too many in the "Unraveling" the secrets-crowd are always guilty of is jumping to conclusions about information before researching it thoroughly. But i have been familiar with Boby Hemmitt for awhile..and like so many others like Steve Cokely, Dr. York of Nuwabian fame, Malik Zulu Shabazz, etc, Hemmitt should be taken with a grain of salt...Three...
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Re: What are we willing to EXCHANGE for OUR progress as a people???

Noah The African ·
I believe that you are right Faheem and Nmaginate. In regards to Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson for that matter, people attempt to accuse them of "pimping" the black struggle for money and fame. However, these critics and detractors, who are also staunch capitalistic, ignores the capitalistic nature of what Jesse and Al do, which is to provide needed services and not be a popper in doing so. They are much like doctors, who perform a needed service to humanity, but profit monetarily from doing...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
(I thought Khalilallah was a feminine name?? Are you using it for it's meaning or in tribute to someone (female)?) Actually it is a last name and it means friend of God. Ignorance, wow... (Anyway... Seriously, what does all the psychoanalysis have to do with arguments here??) Everything. (I'll put it to you like this: As Rahkim would say, "Weak Ideas Irritate My Ears!...") Yeah, if that is not superior thinking... (That's my motive for "attacking" you, your words or ideas.) The last time I...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
MBM, two at once! MBM, let me take two at once! Vox and Nmaginate. I am feeling good about this one MBM. I can take them! "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Yes, I am proud to be a smart-ass, thanks. Uh, by the way, I was not preaching. Dr. Kassim Ahmad from Malaysia was preaching. You really don't read people's original posts do you? Well, the point is that there are many hadiths that are contrary to the Qur'an or the spirit of the Qur'an. In fact, in arguements on other sites, people were using Hadith, words of man, above that of the Qur'an. They were not arguing with me, but with the word of Allah. For instance, what purpose would stoning a...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
If I'm embarassed or have been embarassed, why am I still around?? So you won't lose face... Hello! (You must do a poor job of shaming people if they keep coming back for more.) Actually, it is never my speciality at shamming people. Your the expert at that, I am rather quite new at it. How am I doing? (lol And what do I need to ask anyone about you ... about?? Your restraint... racists???) Yes, I usually don't respond with personal attacks until I have noticed that you do it alot. Even now,...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
(Hee Hee!! I'm a bully?? I guess I'm gonna cry... You called me a bully...) Wait, I have some tissues. Holding it to the monitor now. Blow... Come on now, blow. Good. (Please, I like it when people call names. It's like playing the Dozens... That's when you know people are being real.) A real ass? Sure. Do your thing. Fine by me. My position stands that your a bully. (As for YOU challenging anyone... Dude, will you tell me when the challenge starts?) Dude, duuuuuuude. Dude. Duuude.
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
It seems that your hatred is showing, not surprised at all. You don't find what I say as relevant, so what. Move on, go ahead, you can do it now. Move along. Being stoned has a lot to do with something, it as being one of the hadiths that is clearly wrong. But you don't see it that way do you? You are more concerned with Christians and Jews when this topic is clearly in reference to black muslims here in America... Nothing wrong with that, can not fault you for that at all. Yet, I am more...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDE "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Uh, stoning was an example since there was a Nigerian woman being convicted and sentence to such a fate. It is a clear example of the flaws within Islam. You asked for an example and you got one. satisfied, if not, oh well. Your Islamaphobia is strong, come on, let it out, your amongst friends... "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
"Since there are many issues being brought up here about terrorism and Islam in general." Key words on Islam in general... "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
1)What is your assessment on "Destruction of the Black Civilazation" by Chanceller Williams in which much of the blame(or at least a good portion)is attributed to islam? How can the black civilization be destroyed by Islam, when it is clear that colonization attributed to it. The Islamic world was very advanced up until the industrial revolution. In fact America would of been left behind if it were not for an immigrant who stole and brought plans for such technology here. So to blame...
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Re: Debate styles

Khalilallah ·
Nmaginate, I have yet to see you show and prove, only present and attack... "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Nmaginate, get over it. You are losing in the other threads and your trying to seek redemption here, you won't. I stand by my reasons for having it here and it shall stay, read it and move on. "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

IMMORTAL LOGIC ·
I hope my questions and answers did'nt offend, but you seem to have devloped some ill feelings I asked in hopes of understanding and getting insight...but if you have lighten up it's just a discussion. ______________________________ May the high praises of YAH be in their mouth and a two edged sword in their hand, To execute vengence on the peoples;to bind their kings with chains,and their nobles in shackles of iron,to carry out the sentence written against them. This is the glory of the...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
My apologies. In a tit-for-tat with Nmaginate, need to slow down a little... To answer your questions, northern Africa was already occupied by Carthage, the Greeks, then followed by the Romans. So what culture is being destroyed? Even without reading the book, I do not see how the author could come to such a conclusion. (Good points,but what I'm trying to find out is. after all the talk and animosity about whites and there roles in past and current crimes to our people (and rightfully so)why...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
(Losing??? Losing what Khalilallah?? Who is judging the Winners & Losers on AA.org today? Tell me... I'd like to know what I'm losing or why and when this all became some game like that.) Your losing, face it. You can't properly respond to any of my posts and now your picking an arguement here. A stupid one at that. Move on, its okay! "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
I agree with you on many points. However when it comes to stoning, it is a jewish custom. When it comes to the NOI, orthodox or Shiite muslims distanced themselves well before 9-11. The ideology is the reason, they could give a damn about white sentiment. I may agree with black empowerment, however I can not agree with judging someone based on their race, with the exception of generalizations of their behavior. As far as praying with the Arabs rather than other blacks, there are Mosques in...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Allah will always be first in my mind. How that may be a distraction from raising our people, I can not see it. Religion did not play the role of tearing us down, people with evil intent did, nothing more. I strongly feel that by following the true spirit of the Qur'an, it would help us with our humanity. I would never expect anyone, including myself, to allow someone's version of ideology, religion, philosophy, political agenda or technique that is hurtful to the black cause, to be swayed...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
(-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- However when it comes to stoning, it is a jewish custom. - Khalilallah I guess that couldn't have been a reason for my question... huh?? Could you clear this up for me? Is "stoning" a Jewish or Arab custom? Remember you said: "Being stoned has a lot to do with something, it as being one of the hadiths that is clearly wrong." I'd appreciate it!) Hey man, I just choose not to answer any of your questions because...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
"I believe in a religion that believes in freedom. Any time I have to accept a religion that won't let me fight a battle for my people, I say to hell with that religion." As a Christian, your supposed to turn the other cheek. As a Jew, well I don't know if you can because you would be a gentile. Not sure if you would belong... So, tell me, how is it that Islam keeps one from fighting a necessary battle? It doesn't. Read the words below from the man in which you have a picture of, under your...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Nmaginate, are you learning something here? Is not your outlook on Islam changing due to being exposed to this discussion? Is it benefitting you at all? So tell me. When you see another Islamic terrorism post, would this article affect your response? You never asked who are the leaders this letter is addressed to? Why? Your purpose here is to engage me regardless of the topic, nothing more and nothing less. I recognize that from the start. I could do the same to you but we have rarely been...
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Re: Yawn

Khalilallah ·
Was that all Nmaginate had...? This debate thing is going to be a cake... "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
(quote: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nmaginate, are you learning something here? Is not your outlook on Islam changing due to being exposed to this discussion? Is it benefitting you at all? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No Khalilallah... You are being presumptuous as usual.) Then move along. Others perhaps are learning... (My "outlook" and knowledge of Islam has already informed me (because...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
I was hoping that you could show me something... but your smart-alex ways and your desire to be confrontational stopped you from doing that. Actually, I am trying to avoid you. Perhaps there is nothing new for you, perhaps that means that others might want to read it. Nmaginate: (The only reference to teachings/beliefs derived from Hadiths that you made was to the whole "stoning" issue. You can correct me if I'm wrong but you addressed no other specific Hadith.) As an example. I will wait...
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Move along or wait for someone else to assist you. "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: Open Letter to the Nation's Leaders

Khalilallah ·
Someone else, please answer him if you could... Thanks. "I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment." Al-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)
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Re: April 19th

Khalilallah ·
James Wesley Chester, you don't read the news do you? These acts were done in direct response to another action. The day chosen to prove a point. Waco took place on the 19th of April and then McVeigh took revenge on the anniversary. So tell me? What is so far fetched that another would attempt to do the same? After all, it is what this Republican Administration depend on when increasing the threat level? Is it not? Oh, but they are spinning as well... "I believe in the brotherhood of man,...
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Re: Bill Cosby Urges Black Students to Study

Nmaginate ·
Don't even try that BS!! You said categorically that you didn't have to list or respond to my K-12 "delineation". THAT'S THE WHOLE SUBJECT OF HIS CONDESCENDING TALKS... the focus that is. Them bad azz kids with them "ghetto" names, the ones that talk like.... that talk like... the Cosby Kids. You know... Donald, Albert, Russell, Mush-Mouth, Rudy and Co. You know... the ones that can't speak English. Now, y'all know we's can'ts makes it nowheres in the White Mans World if we can'ts speak (the...
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Re: Enrollment Is Shifting At Black Universities

EbonyRose ·
I found a story about this with some interesting numbers to it! White enrollment grows at historic black colleges Friday, December 10, 2004 By: SHERREL WHEELER STEWART, BlackAmericaWeb.com Historically black colleges and universities aren't all that black anymore, according to data from National Center on Education Statistics. White enrollment at HBCUs jumped significantly, by more than 10,000 between 1980 and 1990, and the numbers have increased incrementally in recent years. The enrollment...
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Re: Who From History Do You Invite To Your Dinner Party?

Fine ·
HATSHEPSUT & Imhotep Amenhophis IV & Nefretitti Malcolm X & Betty Shabazz Harriet Tubman & Fredrick Douglass "Queen" Candace of Menroe and Alexander the Great* Moses & Cleopatra Dr. John H. Clarke & Ella Fitzgerald * my bad
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Re: Reparations - Yea or Nay?

Diamond ·
My 2 cents- I am for reparation. I need to state that upfront. Reading some of the postings here, I can't understand why anyone of African American descent would be against reparation. I am enraged over the domino affect of slavery in my country. Even though American slavery ended June 19, 1865, we were still held hostage to the institutional system of slavery years afterwards. And those who exercised their new found freedoms were met with terrorism and death. In 1897 Louisiana, my...
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Re: Freedom Riders, 50 years later

Yemaya ·
While I appreciate the aspect of economic genocide, we should not forget that this war against African descended people is waged on more than one front. Let's not forget how El Hajj Malik al Shabazz advised of all the types of genocide waged against us. On the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Rides, I have gratitude that some people had the heart to stand up for injustice by not being afraid to die.
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Re: Happy Birthday Malcolm X!

Huey ·
Do you have any Malcolm X videos available? I'll see if I can send one, in video or link form. Enjoy, and Happy Birthday, Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz).
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Re: Happy Birthday Malcolm X!

Huey ·
Originally Posted by Huey: Do you have any Malcolm X videos available? I'll see if I can send one, in video or link form. Enjoy, and Happy Birthday, Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz). Man, when I posted this video on facebook, I caught some hell with one of my white friends, or actually the one white guy who posted. <h6 class="uiStreamMessage" data-ft="{"type":"msg"}"> Today would have been the 86th birthday of Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz) May 19, 1925-Feb. 21, 1965.
 
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